Key words: Font Catalog Index Collection If the beautiful printouts of The TypeBook (the Cadillac of font cataloging utilities as far as I can tell) are more than you really need, but you would still like to see your fonts both on screen and on paper, then FontIndexer may be just the ticket. This is a plain vanilla stack (no colors or fancy graphics), but it is both useful and easy to use. Care has been taken to make all of the operations clear from the first time you open the stack. If you use a utility like Suitcase or Extensions Manager, you might keep all of your font samples in one stack with labeled dividers between the categories, or you may create separate stacks for each category of your fonts (Serif, Headline, etc.). You can generate printed samples of the fonts in 5 different sizes with 3 font samples printed per page. (Save paper by easily arranging to print on both sides.) By the way, there are several other HC stacks in the libraries that perform much the same task (search by keyword font to locate them). If your font collection has become too large for you to remember what everything looks like, give this stack a try.